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Friday, 18 November 1938

Mr GREEN (KALGOORLIE, WESTERN AUSTRALIA) - In the report in to-day's newspapers of the refusal of the waterside workers at Port Kembla to load 8,000 tons of Australian pig iron for shipment to Japan, the Prime Minister is quoted as saying that this is part of a total order for 24,000 tons. Is the Prime Minister in a position to say how much pig iron has been exported since the embargo was placed on the export of iron ore from Western Australia, and how does he reconcile the inconsistency of the Government's policy -

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